A new report from tech Q&A site FixYa cites the biggest complaints with the latest tablets from Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon.
The tech giant and its court-appointed antitrust monitor are having a hard time seeing eye to eye. Apple is objecting to the lawyer's "excessive fees" and "inappropriate manner."
The delete button that Google had removed from the Android e-mail app is back. CNET's Stephen Shankland, though an ardent fan of Gmail's archive feature, is happy to see it.
The mobile racing simulator boasts more downloads in its first week than Real Racing and Real Racing 2 combined. Also, don't expect a Real Racing 4 anytime soon; there are no plans for one.
Microsoft's Surface Pro ad is out, but it's probably not winning over frustrated consumers who can't get their hands on the product.
The U.S. International Trade Commission decides that Nokia can't claim patent infringement over a patent for routing data to an app.
The social network lets you direct your privacy concerns to its chief privacy officer, Erin Egan, through an "Ask Erin" app.
A more than year-old compatibility issue between Windows Phone and YouTube is proof Google needs tighter antitrust scrutiny, according to Microsoft officials.
People are complaining that the Touch Cover peels loose at the edge where it connects to the tablet. Microsoft says it's "aware of a small number of instances."
The UK's first 4G network is fighting to reassure those who are upset about new tariff's data limits.